Late Night Linux – Episode 256


A new version of the Steam Deck looks to be a nice improvement, Amazon’s new Linux-based OS is probably bad news for Fire TV hackers, great news for GNOME, Signal tells us how expensive it is to run its service, GitHub goes all in on Copilot, our speculation about the OpenAI drama, and a mini KDE Korner. With guest host popey from Linux Matters.



Valve reveals the Steam Deck OLED: $549 buys better screen, battery, and more

Valve says it has sold ‘multiple millions’ of Steam Decks

Amazon has begun replacing Android with its own software on some products

GNOME Recognized as Public Interest Infrastructure

Privacy is Priceless, but Signal is Expensive

Just as GitHub was founded on Git, today we are re-founded on Copilot

Details emerge of surprise board coup that ousted CEO Sam Altman at OpenAI

OpenAI board in discussions with Sam Altman to return as CEO

Microsoft hires former OpenAI CEO Sam Altman


Mini KDE Korner

HDR Support merged in kwin, Breeze overhaul and Presentation mode & LOTS of bugfixes & updates







Kolide ensures that if a device isn’t secure, it can’t access your apps. It’s Device Trust for Okta. Watch the demo today to see how it works at






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